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lighting a fuse on a carbon bomb. >> tens of thousands rallied in washington sunday, calling on president obama to permanently reject the keystone xl tar sands pipeline. we'll hear from obama's former green czar van jones, canadian indigenous leader chief jackie thomas and bill mckibben of 350.org. and then to actor, singer and activist harry belafonte. >> americans are the most unemployed, the most courted in the unjust systems of justice. the gun game, they're the most hunted. the rivers of blood that washed the streets of our nation flew mostly from the bodies of our black children. >> harry belafonte receives the spingarn medal, the naacp's highest achievement. he was introduced at friday's award ceremony by newark mayor cory booker, the man who could become new jersey's next senator. >> one who stands and calls the conscience of this community that we have problems that are deep, we have challenges that are high, we have to understand that the urgency of our path is so here with us in the present -- past is still here with us in the present critic rex he spoke with us after was annou
the protest. abc world news and cbs evening news each gave less than 50 words, what the washington protests covered the protest. the new york times limited its coverage to a business section story about the political implications of president obama's decision on whether to approve the pipeline. fair wrote -- the former owner of a georgia peanut company and several of its employees have been indicted on felony charges over a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people and sickened more than 700 in 2009. federal prosecutors said the peanut corp. of america knowingly shipped contaminated peanut products around the country, sparking one of the deadly salmonella outbreaks in u.s. history. honor stewart parnell and three others are accused of misleading customers after lab tests found salmonella in their products. after being informed containers of peanut meal were covered in rat feces and dust, parnell reportedly wrote "clean them all and shipped them." a new study has found one third of all seafood samples taken across the u.s. are fraudulently labeled. in some places, roughly half the samples
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